Believing he had a good idea to buy a gift for his child on Saturday morning, Cantleen found himself with a ton of problems when he was stopped for speed and drunk driving.
It was at the controls of a 1974 model Challenger that the 45-year-old man was pinned at 102 kilometers per hour on Highway 307 in Cantley at around 8:00 am.
The speed allowed on this section is 70 kilometers per hour.
Not only was the man driving with almost double the amount of alcohol allowed in the blood, but he had on board a six-year-old child.
The young passenger was not sitting on a bench, as the law requires.
The arrest occurred near St. Elizabeth Road.
According to Sergeant Martin Fournel of the MRC des Collines police, this adult wants to go a large store to buy a hand spinner for the child, a very appealing and popular handheld device among youngsters.
It is said that the child had celebrated his birthday, so the adult wanted to use his own way to celebrate the birthday.
“This is a man known to us,” said Sergeant Fournel. We also seized a small amount of cocaine. ”
Three demerit points were added to his record and a driving charge with impaired alcohol abilities will be filed
Other motorists had a heavy footing this weekend in the MRC des Collines.
The authorities confirmed on Monday that a driver was arrested on Route 309 in Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette for driving at 163 kilometers per hour in a 90-kilometer zone. (SAVQ) is fined over $ 1,300, as well as numerous administrative measures by the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ).
Still in the same area, on Sunday, motorists were arrested for speeding at 136 and 138 kilometers per hour in an area of 90.